- Broken Arrow, OK
Zeeco designs and manufactures industrial combustion and pollution control technologies for the petroleum, chemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries. Zeeco product lines include ultra-low emission burners, gas and liquid flaring systems and hazardous waste incineration. Zeeco’s corporate headquarters covers over 230 acres (1 km2) near Tulsa, Oklahoma (USA) in a modern debt-free facility and includes a 66,000 square-foot (6,132 m2) manufacturing facility and one of the industry’s largest combustion research and testing facilities. Zeeco subsidiaries reside in Houston Texas, USA, United Kingdom, South Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Japan.
Zeeco is looking for a fall intern to provide support for Zeeco’s HSE department. This will be a paid internship and will provide the selected intern with the base experience needed to become a Environmental, Health, and Safety professional. This opportunity will also allow the selected candidate to be in a unique position to gain knowledge about the environmental solutions manufactured at Zeeco.
- Must be within 3 semesters of completing a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Health and Safety or comparable degree.
- Good computer skills (power point, excel, and word)
- Ability to develop professional relationships
- Gather and present information
- Willingness to approach people
- Familiar with and able to understand applicable regulations
- Have ability to recognize and correct potential hazards
- Ability to discover trending infromation and data
Experience with heavy fabrication, or manufacturing in general is preferred but not required.
This internship pays $12.00/hour.
Must be able to go up and down stairs. Must be able to stand for 8 or more hours per day. Must be able to communicate effectively. Must be able tp operate a Computer, telephone and other office equipment. Must not present a risk of injury to self or others while engaged in Company duties. Must be able to work overtime as required.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.